From LIS professor Dr. Jenna Hartel – The second episode of the *Information and Leisure* video series focuses entirely on the concept of leisure and a theoretical framework of leisure known as the Serious Leisure Perspective, or SLP. After defining leisure, the SLP’s key concepts are introduced and illustrated, namely: casual leisure, serious leisure, devotee […]
The Literature Review Matrix is intended to be critical exploration and evaluation of scholarly writings on a topic(in this case, your information community). In your formal research paper, the literature review provides context and background for your own study and illustrates how your research will contribute to a particular area of study.This assignment meets the […]
Module 7 can be found here. This module explores community-created information communities and how libraries are working with these groups to enhance services. This module will frame your explorations of community-based resources for future assignments.
Hey all – If you are looking at serious leisure etc please take a look: https://www.nomos-elibrary.de/10.5771/0943-7444-2003-3-4-228.pdf The Serious Leisure Frontier in Library and Information Science: Hobby Domains Jenna Hartel I am loving this table:
These are now available as Course Helper!
Thanks to a former 200 student for creating the Writing Group. Click the link and join if you would like! Connect with fellow students to workshop our writing for class. Kindly share and solicit advice, feedback, and tips to help us all achieve our writing goals.
This week, we explore the many types of research-based information sources and their various uses.
Don’t miss this invaluable resource from our King Library. It is custom-designed by our library liaison to help you with your work in INFO 200.
Greetings all! Here is a video about my upcoming travels: https://sjsu-ischool.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=20bfb664-1935-4739-b43a-af1201583072 Download Video Podcast Our next due dates while I am traveling: Blog Post #3: Report on the information-seeking behavior and information needs of chosen community. DUE: 10/02 — For this reflective post, please turn in anytime the week of the 3rd – think of it […]
Hey all – I am going to extend the due date for the LIS Model/Theory Research Summary to September 22. As I said in the video for this assignment, this is your first formal writing piece. Try not to stress too much – you are trying ideas on for size right now! This a way […]